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Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal (born March 6, 1972) is a professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association's Boston Celtics. O'Neal is known for his size (7-foot-1, up to at least 360 pounds and a size 23 shoe), strength and physical style of play. O'Neal is considered one of the best players in the basketball history and has won four NBA championships, including three with the Los Angeles Lakers and one with the Miami Heat.
Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal (born March 6, 1972) is a professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association's Boston Celtics. O'Neal is known for his size (7-foot-1, up to at least 360 pounds and a size 23 shoe), strength and physical style of play. O'Neal is considered one of the best players in the basketball history and has won four NBA championships, including three with the Los Angeles Lakers and one with the Miami Heat. « Show less

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  • Shaquille O'Neal, Dale Brown reunite for call to college Hall

    Perhaps no basketball player instigated and drew more contact than Shaquille O'Neal. He overpowered opponents on offense, could send them toppling like bowling pins and was rarely budged on defense.
  • Hot Property at 30: A look back

    Hot Property at 30: A look back
    Hot Property was just a kernel of an idea when Ruth Ryon proposed it in 1984 to Dick Turpin, then-editor of The Times' Real Estate section. The reporter thought there could be a column in the short stories she had started writing on notable people and...

    Longtime Stetson coach Glenn Wilkes takes well-deserved victory tour to Hall of Fame

    Longtime Stetson coach Glenn Wilkes takes well-deserved victory tour to Hall of Fame
    Glenn Wilkes' legacy is defined by his failures, heartbreaks and hardships. A failed tryout at the University of Kentucky, when legendary basketball coach Adolph Rupp sent him back home on a train in 1945. The heartbreak of missing out on a yearly $7,...

    Professional athletes keep their sport close to home

     Professional athletes keep their sport close to home
    These are not your ordinary garage basketball hoops. Over-the-top homes are common among big name professional athletes, as massive contracts, competition and ego have produced awe-inducing purchases. So it should come as no surprise that the homes also...

    Kobe Bryant sticks to his guns, but Lakers stick to their losing ways

    History made another appearance at Staples Center and it had nothing to do with Shaquille O'Neal and Elgin Baylor watching from the crowd. The Lakers lost to the Golden State Warriors, 136-115, and stumbled to a 1-9 record, their worst start ever though...